Whistleblower's Handbook: A Step-by-Step Guide to Doing What's Right and Protecting Yourself
by Stephen Martin Kohn Author
From America's leading whistleblower's attorney—the third updated edition of his layman's guide to the legal do's and don'ts of exposing workplace wrongdoing Do you suspect that your employer is skirting safety or environmental rules, cheating on taxes, violating government contracts, committing financial fraud, or breaking the law? That your boss is a crook? Welcome to the ranks of the close to 50 percent of American workers who have witnessed fraud or misconduct at work—about half of whom take initial steps to "do the right thing" by reporting it. Few get far. Despite a revolutionary spate of laws in recent years that not only protect whistleblowers but also provide for large monetary rewards, the legislative labyrinth remains daunting. All too often this means silence, lost court cases, damaged careers, and a failure to effect real change. This is the first-ever guide for whistleblowing consumers, including background, laws, rules to keep in mind, the danger of trusting corporate hotlines, and obtaining the proof you need to win the case.
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